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The Afterimage EP - 2004
Static Line EP - 2005
Me and the Revolution - 2005


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The story of BLURCURVE had a very quiet beginning. It might have been a packed Burnsville High School auditorium for the annual Pop’s Concert, but it was the sappy breakup song performed by Kris Heuer on piano and Bob Furniss on bass that was the start of this rock group. With Kris picking up a guitar and the addition of Justin Westplate on drums four years later the power trio, BLURCURVE, was born.
Pulling the blues of Stevie Ray Vaughn and the musicality of Tim Reynolds Kris Heuer has developed a unique brand of rock guitar. Throw in the rhythmic singing of Tori Amos and you have yourself a powerful front man for any rock ensemble.
Using the straight ahead approach of Jason Newstead, the blues driven metal of Cliff Burton, and the artsy rock of Justin Chancellor Bob Furniss has developed a bass driven sound for the band. Bob combines a mix of passion and enthusiasm for music that he exudes into every performance.
The last member to join the group, Justin Westplate, brought a much-needed thunderous backbone to the group. Chad Smith, Larry Mullen Jr., and Peter Criss influenced Justin’s playing. Using the complicated simplicity of Criss, the passion and power of Mullen Jr. Justin is able to combine a wide range of styles into one style similar to Smith’s ability to meld funk, rock, and jazz drumming with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
With each member bringing such a wide range of influences it’s hard to pin down BLURCURVE’s sound. What you have in the end is a hard-hitting musical rock band. They will give you something to listen to and give you a powerful show to watch.